What I wants to know is how can you tell if someone has stolen any personal information from your computer, if they managed to get into your computer, or attempt to get into ur computer. There has to be a way to tell all connections ever made to the computer.
The only way I knows is netstat (-a -b -n -v -etc) I knows how to use all those commands.
But is there other ways too tell as well. Cause lately my internet speed was up and down. Sometimes when I sends a file or surf the web it's really fast then 5 minutes later the internet goes really slow. I have broadband and sometimes I gets 5 kbps then another while after I gets 100 kbps. Seems a little suspiscious and I want to take a closer look into the matter.
So if anyone knows of all the ways to tell all of the connections ever made to this computer. From startup to shutdown, keep a log of all connections? Any comments?
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